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Tech Tour set for Tuesday in downtown Vancouver

The Columbian
Published: September 12, 2018, 8:09pm

The second Vancouver Tech Tour will be 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at various downtown Vancouver locations.

The Tech Tour is aimed at job seekers, tech enthusiasts and students interested in learning about Clark County’s growing tech community and job opportunities.

The event will begin at DiscoverOrg, a local B2B marketing and sales intelligence solutions company, at 805 Broadway, Suite 900, and continue to the tech companies and other downtown locations hosting tech reps, including Tap Union, Trusty Brewing Company, Smokin’ Oak, Brewed, Heathen and others, according to a Workforce Southwest Washington news release.

The tour is a program of the Technology Association and hosted in collaboration with Workforce Southwest Washington, VanTechy, Columbia River Economic Development Council and North Bank Innovations.

Approximately 14 tech companies are set to participate and will either open the doors at their downtown offices or have representatives at the TechTour locations. Participating tech companies include: ACH Marketing, CoLab, DiscoverOrg, Edge Networks, ForgeRock, Formos, Gravitate, GTMA, Interject Data Systems, Perfect Company, RealWear, Sigma Design, SmartRG and Webfor

To register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-vancouver-tech-tour-tickets-47677498682. Tickets are $10 per individual and $5 for students.